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Figure 4-3.—Example of a Record of Receipt, OPNAV Form 5511/10
l l l l l l l l l @ l l l l l / l l Letters   notifying   obligated   reservists   of unsatisfactory   participation   in   drills,   or   active duty   orders   to   reservists Letters   to   establishments   being   declared   “Off Limits” Equal   Employment   Opportunity   case   material m a i l e d     t o     c o m p l a i n a n t s a n d     t h e i r representatives* Reduction-in-Force   notices   sent   to   civilian employees   on   authorized   absence* Final   decisions   of   a   contracting   officer   issued under  a  dispute  clause  of  a  government  contract Other   communications   for   which   a   receipt   is essential   to   create   or   preserve   rights   granted   to the   United   States   under   a   government   contract* Show   cause   or   cure   notices   issued   under   the default   clause   of   a   government   contract* Debarment   letters* Traffic   or   driving   violations L e t t e r s    o f    r e v o c a t i o n    o r    s u s p e n s i o n    of installation   privileges* Adverse   personnel   actions   for   military   and civilian   personnel* Illegally   held   identification   cards* Questionnaires   to   injured   persons* Dishonored   checks* Legal   matters* 1.   Record   of   trial   for   all   special   and   general courts-martial 2.  Decisions  of  the  courts  of  military  review 3.  Officer  elimination  cases Items   required   by   law,   regulation,   or   other government   agency   rules   with   which   the   Navy must   comply Items   specifically   authorized   by   the   CNO *  Use  of  a  USPS  Return  Receipt  is  authorized  for  these items Insured  Mail   —Under   the   Government   Losses   in Shipment   Act,   U.S.   Code,   Title   40,   Section   726, federal   agencies   are   prohibited   from   insuring   articles for  the  purpose  of  obtaining  indemnity.  The  Navy  will not  be  reimbursed  for  the  loss  or  damage  to  items  sent through   the   United   States   Postal   Service. Insured   mail   is   authorized   for   the   transmission   of the   following   items: l l l l l Commissary  store  mailings  of  vendor  coupons to   a   clearinghouse* Motion  pictures  sent  from  or  to  the  Navy  Motion Picture   Exchange* Items   of   value   being   returned   to   commercial activities*  * For   accountability   reasons   when   proof   of delivery   is   required   for   valuable   administrative or   logistical   equipment,   supplies,   and   printed matter* * To  return  borrowed  library  materials  and  similar items  when  required  by  a  non-DOD  lender *Items authorized to be sent via First-Class/priority     mail **Items   weighing   2   pounds   or   more   will   be   sent Standard  Mail  (B) No   other   special   postal   service   will   be   used   in conjunction   with   insured   mail.   Mail   being   sent Registered   or   Certified   will   not   be   insured. Return   Receipts   —USPS   Return   Receipts   are used: l l l l l When   proof   of   delivery   of   official   mail   to   a non-government   address   is   required.   If   a   proof of   delivery   to   another   government   agency   is required,   an   internal   receipt   (for   example: OPNAV   Form   5511/10   for   classified   material shown   in   figure   4-3)   is   used.   The   addressee   is then   instructed   to   acknowledge   receipt   of   the mailing  by  completing  the  form  and  returning  it immediately. For   First-Class/priority   mail For  specific  items  sent  Registered  or  Certified mail When   required   by   law,   regulation,   or   rules   of another   government   agency   with   which   the Navy   must   comply For   items   specifically   authorized   by   the   CNO Return  Receipts  will  be  prepared  by  the  originator. All   information   on   the   receipt   will   be   typed,   not h a n d w r i t t e n .    T h e    r e t u r n    a d d r e s s    w i l l    b e    t he command’s   complete   mailing   address,   including   the ZIP+4. 4-6

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